Another Kyiv landmark, the Trade Unions Building on Kreschatyk, receives a new life: co-working hub
Friday, September 28, 2018

Another Kyiv landmark, the Trade Unions Building on Kreschatyk, receives a new life: co-working hub

Another Kyiv landmark, the Trade Unions Building on Kreschatyk, receives a new life: co-working hub. OfficeStar, which provides offices, co-working and conference rooms, will lease space under the name Maidan Plaza. Completed in 1980 with a 2-meter high hammer and sickle, the building first hosted Communist-controlled ‘trade unions.’ During the 2014 Revolution of Dignity it became a support center, offering food, first aid and press conferences. After repeated police attacks, the building was burned in a fire on the night of Feb. 18-19. Closed for four years, the renovated building reopens this fall. OfficeStar will offer workspaces for 1 to 5 people for $600.

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